Subject: Re: X11 problems
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Ed Gould <email@example.com>
Date: 12/10/2004 14:40:50
> Is 4.4.0 from xsrc different from the tarballs on ftp.netbsd.org?
> I untarred the tarballs in /usr/src, cd xsrc, make, make install.
> If there is some more arcane way of building it with build.sh, it wasn't
> apparent to me in the BUILDING doc, except for some obscure mention of "-x"
> and "-X"
The "right" way is to use build.sh. The -x flag says build X. The
default is not to build X. The -X flag specifies where the xsrc
directory is, if it's not /usr/xsrc. E.g.,
build.sh -x release
will (when run as root) build a release into the canonical places, from
sources rooted in the current directory and X sources in /usr/xsrc.
Add other build.sh flags as appropriate for your situation.